Stormy Daniels has become a mainstay in the media ever since allegations that she and Donald Trump had engaged in a tryst became public. Then came denial, an awkwardly ambiguous Jimmy Kimmel interview, as well as a revelation of a hush agreement aimed to silence the former porn star in the weeks leading up the the presidential election. Recently, Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, has been fully supporting the fact that she'd received hush money in order to nullify any tabloid fodder of her previous affair with the current POTUS.

Sitting down with Anderson Cooper during last night's edition of 60 Minutes, Daniels plainly reveals how "he knows I’m telling the truth," in regards to the events of 2006 and their one-night stand. She also reveals how she was never coerced monetarily or through other physical forms of bribery during her one encounter with Trump. "This is not a ‘Me too.’ I was not a victim."

Daniels does admit that she had been visited by an unidentified male who approached her in public in order to intimidate her into remaining tight-lipped about her affair. During the incident, which occurred in a public parking lot, this man reportedly told Daniels to "leave Trump alone. Forget the story." The man caught a glimpse of her youngest daughter, who was present during this occurrence, and said "that’s a beautiful little girl. It’d be a shame if something happened to her mom."

The adult entertainer then goes on to admit that Trump did not use a condom during intercourse (although she had never asked him too). After sex, Trump brought up the notion of Daniels becoming a contestant on The Apprentice, which she viewed as being a "good business opportunity." He also had some kind words to offer Daniels, telling her "wow, you are special. You remind me of my daughter. You're smart and beautiful, and a woman to be reckoned with, and i like you. I like you."

The two met up once again in 2007 but did not engage in sex. 

When asked why she has spoken out about the affair, Daniels responds "because it was very important to me to be able to defend myself. I’m not OK with being made out to be a liar, or people thinking that I did this for money and people are like, ‘Oh, you’re an opportunist. You’re taking advantage of this.’ Yes, I’m getting more job offers now, but tell me one person who would turn down a job offer making more than they’ve been making, doing the same thing that they’ve always done?"